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Feasibility Study Basics
Business History & Future
Demand for Product or Service
Market
Management
Financial Information
Business Plans
Franchising
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Understanding the general components that comprise a business feasibility study will help you in organizing and researching your own study. The resources here will help answer the questions - What IS a feasibility study? However, in terms of format, please be sure to follow the steps outlined in the Student Guide to the MSA Capstone Project, Part 1: The Research Proposal and the Research Project.

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An easy-to-understand explanation of a feasibility study, which includes reasons to conduct and to not conduct a feasibility study, from Iowa State University...
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